Camden Alley Challenge — AARP
Camden, S.C., had a challenge: how to get people to go from one side of the town to the other without their cars. A small grant from the AARP Community Challenge made it all happen in just one weekend.
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Buffalo Fruit Belt Challenge — AARP
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House of Freedom: A Home for Older Americans — AARP
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